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The cheetah population almost halved since 1975 with only an estimated 7,100 left in the wild today. Shutterstock

Cheetahs often don’t thrive in captivity. We set out to find out why

Captivity isn't kind to cheetahs where most develop diseases that are unusual in big cats. It's never been clear why this is the case, but understanding their metabolism might provide the answer.
Cheetah are now restricted to less than 10% of its historical distribution, and survive in just 33 populations. Yathin/Flickr

Wake-up call for the world as the plight of cheetahs worsens

A new study reveals that just 7,100 cheetahs remain globally, representing the best available estimate for the species to date.
The debate on whether animals should be kept in captivity or not continues to rage on. Reuters/Muhammad Hamed

Carnivores in captivity: a question of motive and ethics

Some say that keeping wild animals in captivity is cruel. Others believe they promote conservation and give people a link to nature.
Cheetahs have to eat somehow. Rogan Templar

How cat flaps for warthogs can help save the cheetah

Southern Africa’s game farms are private reserves that house wildlife such as giraffes, zebras and antelope to be used for restocking national parks, meat production or trophy hunting. But these farms…

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